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SCI 104 TEST – Reproduction of Living Organisms


Part I – Multiple Choice

Choose the best answer (2 points each).

Which statements are true for angiosperms?

a) Have male and female reproductive organs


b) Require sperm and an ova to make a zygote
c) Reproduce using spores
d) All of the above
e) Both A and B

Which statement best describes a hermaphrodite?

a) A species that cannot reproduce


b) A species that reproduces asexually
c) A specific type of plant
d) A species with both male and female reproductive organs
e) An animal that reproduces sexually

Which statement does NOT describe the menstrual cycle?

a) A 28-day long cycle


b) Begins with menstruation, the shedding of the fertilized ovum
c) Ovulation occurs about halfway through, body temperature increases
d) Lining of the uterus thickens towards the end
e) All of these statements describe the menstrual cycle

Which classes of plants are able to reproduce asexually?

a) All classes of plants may produce asexually


b) Angiosperms and gymnosperms
c) Mosses, ferns, and algae
d) All classes of plants produce sexually
e) Both B and C
Where is sperm produced?

a) In the penis
b) In the testicles
c) In the anther
d) In the ovaries
e) Both B and C

Where is fertilization most likely to occur in a human?

a) Vagina
b) Cervix
c) Uterus
d) Fallopian Tubes
e) Penis

Which one of these things are used to protect the seed in gymnosperms?

a) Seed coat
b) Pulp
c) Pod
d) Shell
e) All of the above.

What is formed when a male and female gamete combine?

a) A zygote
b) A seed
c) An embryo
d) An embryoblast
e) All of the above

Which cycle is correct for human reproduction?

a) Zygote -> Embryo -> Embryoblast -> Fetus -> Baby


b) Embryoblast-> Zygote -> Embryo -> Fetus -> Baby
c) Zygote -> Fetus -> Embryoblast -> Embryo -> Baby
d) Zygote -> Embryoblast -> Embryo -> Fetus -> Baby
e) None of the above
Which classes of plants reproduce using seeds?

a) Angiosperms and Ferns


b) Gymnosperms and Ferns
c) Angiosperms and gymnosperms
d) Ferns and mosses
e) Gymnosperms and mosses

When chickens lay eggs, this is a result of:

a) Asexual reproduction
b) Internal fertilization
c) External fertilization
d) All of the above
e) None of the above

When seeds spread out in order for plants to grow in different places, this is called:

a) Pollination
b) Seed dispersal
c) Fertilization
d) Photosynthesis
e) Evolution

If the pituitary gland releases progesterone, what is the likely sex of the person?

a) Male
b) Female
c) Hermaphrodite
d) Impossible to tell
e) All of the above

What are the components of every seed?

a) Placenta, embryo, and amniotic sac.


b) Shell, baby plant, and food.
c) Pulp, embryo, and cotyledon.
d) Seed coat, embryo, and cotyledon.
e) Seed coat, baby plant, and cotyledon.
Which method of contraception is the most effective at preventing pregnancy?

a) Basal body temperature method


b) Male or Female Condoms
c) Spermicides
d) Oral contraceptives
e) Visectomy

Which method of contraception is the most effective at preventing STIs?

a) Billings method
b) Diaphragms
c) Tubal ligation
d) Intrauterine device
e) Male or Female condoms

Part II – Short Answer (3 points each)

Name three changes in the body caused by the pituitary gland:

1)_________________________________________________________________

2) ________________________________________________________________

3) ________________________________________________________________

Name three methods of protection from STIs while having sexual intercourse:

1)_________________________________________________________________

2) ________________________________________________________________

3) ________________________________________________________________
Name three methods of seed dispersal:

1)_________________________________________________________________

2) ________________________________________________________________

3) ________________________________________________________________

Name three things that animal and plant reproduction have in common:

1)_________________________________________________________________

2) ________________________________________________________________

3) ________________________________________________________________

Name three types of fluids which may spread STIs:

1)_________________________________________________________________

2) ________________________________________________________________

3) ________________________________________________________________

Name one of the two parts of the male reproductive system responsible for
producing semen (1point):

__________________________________________________________________
Part III – Diagrams

Label each diagram with the labels provided (1point each)

Label the male and female parts of the flower. You must name eight parts to get
full marks.

Ovule

Stamen

Style

Filament

Anther

Stigma

Pistil

Ovary
Label the parts of the female reproductive system. You must name five parts to get
full marks.

Uterus

Ovaries

Cervix

Fallopian tube

Vagina
Part IV – Matching

Match the descriptions on the left to the key words on the right. (2 points each)

a) Brings nutrients and


oxygen to the human embryo. _____ Oxytocin

b) Fetus has a skeleton


and can hear sounds. _____ Second Trimester

c) Fetus can open its eyes


and recognize its mother’s voice. _____ Placenta

d) Protects the human embryo. _____ Intrauterine Device

e) Causes the uterus to


contract, inducing labour. _____ Third Trimester

f) Heart beats and the sex of


the fetus may be determined. _____ Amniotic Sac

g) Prevents a zygote from being


implanted in the uterus. _____ First Trimester